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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington critic. — 25 April 1890

The Washington Critic. WASHINGTON, D. O., FJRIDAY EVENING, APRIL 23, 1890. ' 22D YEAR NO. 0,782. PRICE TWO GENTS. w, 1 JYE US YOUR I? PATROMfiL fE pride ourselves on having a store In which CUSTOMERS feel at home. The FREEDOM of the establishment Is YOURS. Use your privilege at ALL TIMES. A great many of our cus tomers ccme here season after season, It is not to them we talk' through OUR goods them, but to the papers. SPEAK to those who have not yet us we extend dealt with a cordial invitation to call and inspect the NEWEST and BEST YOUTHS' assortment of BOYS' and CHILDREN'S clothing ever, shown in Washington. Bring your boys here and try us just once. We are satisfied that you will come again. Our range of prices for long-pants suits is from $io to $30; for short pants suits from $3.50 to $20, with splendid VALUES at each intermediate grade. Also a full line of the best makes of shirt waist? and furnishing goods for all ages at prices that are GUARANTEED to be the LOWEST for the qu...

Publication Title: Washington Critic, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: District of Columbia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington critic. — 25 April 1890

lWPHw"""V"T" "TrT -& SJ?' &32 .V.cttfcWA-.- HmvmfMn ittMmMi(tiAmmAnltitMUum mmJiitmmrm iijii 1 J8ft"ilW iuUfi JWMtW - TIIE WASHINGTON CEITIO, FRIDAY EVENING, APBIL 25, ,1800. k WASIllMiTON CRITIC MIT UWTICHl EVBRy BUBNINO Jl TUB "WASHINGTON QlllTIC CIHII'ASV, itAU.Gr Kiuioruy, pm.-ioENr. qi3 d street northwest, washington, 0. c. teums op subscription. By mall (postage prepaid), 1 year $5 00 " " 1 month SO Carriers In tho city, lmontli 3.1 Address TIIK CHITIC, BUD Street, Washington. D. ('. WASHINGTON, A1MUL 25, 1800. l'INANCJAI. i'Uantasiks. Trobably never boforo In the history of Congress have so many chimerical measures of a financial naturo been pro posed. It is taken for granted that In some ircncral and indetlnito way the jieoplo are suffering for want of money. To remedy this state of things is the purpose of all the Quixotic plans of the men who havo the mnnagement of the people's money. Senator Stanford would hnvc the Government lend pooplo money on pood security at ...

Publication Title: Washington Critic, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington critic. — 25 April 1890

V THE WASHINGTON OKITTO, FRIDAY EVENING, APRIL 25, 18U0. A CMKOTJIAN IN TnOUIlLE. Serious ClmrRo Airalnst Hie Itnv. J. Henry Lcesav. " CAitLiM.K, Pa., April 2.-. Tho most disgraceful scandal Unit ovor excited tlic people of York came to the surface when it was noised abroad that tho llcv. ,T. Henry Lec3or, a prominent Lutheran divine of York, bad been caught in tho meshes of tho law tipon the charges of adultery and outrnrjoouj assault. Tho hich standing of tho minister heretororo led many to boliuvo there was no truth in tho story. But this idea was soon dispelled when it was shown beyond a doubt that a crimi nal Information had been made before AUlciman Bayloy, and that, tho rev eicnd gentleman bad been arrested and given ball to appear and answer. The alleged facts in tbocasoaro these Sui Minnie Itecscr of Manchester town Miip, York Countv, who is tho victim f'f tho minister's alleged wrong-doing, bad been Islting In York County, llcv. Lceser's wife bolng absent at the time, ho r...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington critic. — 25 April 1890

THE WASHINGTON CRITIC, FRIDAY EVENING, APRIL 25, 1890. i ' u r WASHINGTON CRITIC OUT MriS01A.il). Kxcltomont on Bnvonlh Htreot, Tho creditors' salo of JJOO.OOO worth of flno tallor-mado clothing Is now Rolnu on ami vtlllcoutlnuo for n short time only. This Mock Is from tho largest clothing, firm of Iloston, who lately failed, and whoso ac counts must bo nettled. Tho cntlro stook must bo concrlcJ Into cash. Tho anonts havo been Instructed to soil the stock at tho following price-' Hen's cvery-day pants, 60 onts; former ptIco 81. Men's evening pants, Sit ferinor rotull prlco $i50. Mon s dress rants, 2 SY, lormor prlco V. Men's Milts, SSiiO, former prl' o 85 60. Men's buslnoss stilts, 81; former price 89. Wen's extra good buslne's suits, $0 60j former Jitlcojlt Men's dress suits at St) 60, RIO and ;12, which nro worth moro than douhlo. Hoy's buIIs at 81 50. $20, 34, tf ami 810, worth moro tlmn double, children's suits nt 5 cont. 81 S3, 81.73, 82 50 and $!i 50, worth doublo Kneo pants f...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington critic. — 26 April 1890

The Washington Ceitio. 1 M 22D YEAH NO. 6,788. "WASHINGTON, D. 0., SATURDAY EVENING, APRIL 20, 1890. PHIOE TWO CENTS. EEP OUT THE RAI. THIS incessant wet weath er causes you to think of some kind of garment as' a PROTECTION from the rain, The greatest objection to a Rubber or Mcintosh Coat is the weight. They are too heavy to wear in addi tion to an overcoat, and there is not enough warmth in them to leave the over coat off. WE have OVER COME this objection with our ZEPHYR WEIGHT Mclntoshes, guaranteed to be the lightest weight gar ment in the WORLD that is ABSOLUTELY WATER PROOF. They come In plain black and drap and mat pin stripes, with or without capes. All sizes. Prices from $6 to $io, with OUR guarantee that they are waterproof. Call and see them. Robinson, ParkerS. Co. The Popular Clothiers; 319 7TH ST. N- W, Till: OT-OItU SHOOTING OASIS. SlH-rlHl Olllcor Ilonclo Hold for tlio Grand Jury. .Taincs Beagle, the special officer at tho Gtobo Theatre, who shot Harry Hoop last night...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington critic. — 26 April 1890

jyiga. g jap sjua t. jar wapgg. ngtmJmfK(.wry.t1vti- f,.u-rrf,r, TUB WASHINGTON CRITIC, SATURDAY EVENING, AT?BIL. 20, 1890. fc'l h ii u i fc. I. if WAKUINUTO CKITU! bkerv dvdn1no hy tub Washington cm no COJir.VNY. MALLET KILBOUHN, Piwwimt. JJ3 D STREET NORTHWEST, WASHINGTON, D- C. TERMS OP SUIlSCltlPriON. JJy wall (postngo prepaid), 1 year S5 00 " " " 1 month 60 Canlcn In tho city, 1 month 33 Address T II K OK I TIC, Oil I) Street, Washington. 1) V. "WASHINGTON. APHIL 20, 1S0I), AIIOUT Till! .HUlt-TItllASUItllM, Senator Forwcll's hill to abolish tho sub-TrcRSiiry system is a very direct nnd simple measure, nml, no matter what may bo tlioucht of Us wisdom or expediency, Is thoroughly Intelllelblo ns to its motive nnd effect. Tho pur pose Is to niako banks national de positories, nud to savo to tho Govern ment tho expense- attending tho appoint ment of assistant United States treasurers and nil the routine equip ment and outlay of their offices. There nto now nine sub-trcasurlcs, loca...

Publication Title: Washington Critic, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington critic. — 26 April 1890

THE WASHINGTON CBITIO, SATUBDAY EVENING, APRIL 2G, 1890. .1 1 UNCLE SAM'S MONEY. IS THE U, S. TREASURY IM DANGER OF BURGLARY? Treasurer lluiton Agnted About It How nn Kxport Drilled IIolo In tlia Strongest Snfo A Itovolver J'olnttd t Iho Treasurer's Ileud. Ib Jtlie money In the United States Treasury snfo, or is It nt tho morcy of tlio burglars ? This Is the question that for some time past Las been negating tlio mind of Jlr. James N. Huston, tho Ticasurcr of tho United States, TJicre Is probably not another man In the world who la personally rcspon Mblc for thu snfo keeping of so largo an nmpunt.of money nnd negotiable so cuijtlcs. When ex Treasurer Hyatt on Jlay li;inst year turned over tho office to Tieasurer Huston ho turned over at the same time cnsln Treasury notos, gold and silver certificates, bonds and securities of various hinds to tho nggro cato amount of $771,482,820,45. Speak fng roughly, this amount was about equally divided Into cash, paper money nnd bonds. Some porti...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington critic. — 26 April 1890

YJlf Mb-K.4rjH.tU- THE WASHINGTON OUITTO, SATURDAY EVENING, APRIL 2G, 1890. WASHINGTON CRITIC aixr BVBOiAi.a. Incitement on Sovontli Stroot, The creditor.' nnlo of $'.W,000 wortli o( ling tnllonnado clothing Is now going on nnd vlllcontlniio for n short tlinconl). This flock Is from tho laigoH clothing llrm of Host on, who lately rolled, nnd whoso ac counts mint lio settled. The entire stock Timlt be converted Into cash. Tho agents liac lieon Instructed to sell the stook nl thu following lirlcos: Men's uvcry dny pants, 00 cents: former prlco St. Mun's evening pants, f I. fitiner retail prlco f'J.50. Jion s dross tmriln, J2.SM: formor prlco 85. Mon'n Milt", t'i.tOi former prlco 85 &. jienH iiuRinc?: huh?, si; iorjnur pneu zv Men's ottrn Rood business suits, 3d W; former .V ricoau men s tires amis iu m,.v, iivuim 11. which aiu worth moru thiiii double. Hoy's cults nt 81.50, $.'..'0, $1, sh and $10, north more than double. C'hlhlren'4 suits nt 15 conts, $183, $1.75, 8-'.5fl and $'1...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington critic. — 28 April 1890

. W .iUfc . ,,. Mr T , , , , . ,!WiW"gl J'Ui I ' WW W I Iin ...,. ...,........ .- . , The Washington Cbitio 22D THSAJR NO. 6,784-. WASHINGTON, JD. C MONDAY EVENING, AlTUL 28, 1800. PRICE TWO CENTS. V l A GLIMPSE At tbo lovely NEW Spring Garments for Hoys and Children that aro displayed on OUR counters Is enough to causes every LADY of tasto to ovon FOREGO tho pleasure of a now bonnet if neces sary in order to buy ono of tho MANY pretty styles for ber boy. Kilt Suits, Jersey Suits, Velvet Suits, Sailor Suits, "West End bulls, two and tbrcc-plcce Short Pants Suits in Tweeds, Cassimcrcs, Cbovlots, Tricots and "Worsteds, Reefers, Shirt Waists, Neck wear, Collars, Cuffs, Underwear, Hosiery, Suspenders, Gloves and Hand kerchiefs aro all HERE in ENDLESS profusion.. Also a full line of Cutaway, Sack and Frock Suits for Youths and Young Men In all tho NEW FABRICS and of Til H SEASON'S make. All tho now shades and colors. All at prices that can NOT bo ArPROAOnED by dealers who Indulge In slau...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington critic. — 28 April 1890

THE WASHllNGTOiN (JIUTIO, MONDAY EVEHINC, APRIL 2H, 1890. r J in wasiiimjton cumc EVERY BUBNINO jiv Tim WASHINGTON OKI TIC COJH'ASY, HALLF.T KIHIOIHN, PnntuENT. 9-113 D STREET NORTHWEST, WASHINGTON, I). C. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. By mall (postage prepaid), l year $5 00 " " " 1 montli 60 Carriers In the city, linonlh 3S Addrss TIIKCKIT1C, 913 B Street, Washington, D. C WASHINGTON, Al'HIL '-h, 1900. NON-J'AltTIZAN CIIIKTS, Tho letter ofV. "W. llnwtborno, editor of tho Jncksonvillo Timet- lTnion, to tho President or tho United .States, presents a Icw of public affairs which will make nil good citizens grieve mid wbjch will lend most partisans even to pause. The charge -which is distinctly made, and rondo in nn entliely responsible way, is thnt the Federal comts in Floiida are organized to convict. Citizens evade tho process of the court because they have no belief that they can obtain jus tice there. As we understand it no moro flagrant caEe could bo produced for ox ccutivc attention th...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington critic. — 28 April 1890

V ' -CT.jpanc. 'Z'&v w"irrar 'PUB WASHINGTON GliJTIO, MOKDAY EVENING, APRIL 28, JHJJO. GOSSIP OF THE SPOUTS. NEWS OF THE BALL. FIELD, RACE TRACK AND PRIZE RING. alio llnme To-llnyivm tlio lluirwtn Tonm lie Trnonrorrctl to Thin City? Opening tlio Trottlnc Hoiwon Tlio Myera-IIoppor Hot-to. Tho Wnsliliifitons will Inaugurate tuo second week of tlio cliamplotislilpscason to-day by n game with tlio Jersey City tenm. That team Is Justly considered onoof tlio strongest In tlio Association nnil the local tennt will bavc to put up Its best quality of ball In order to win a Rome from It. Phillips will probably pitch for tbo local team.- The old story about the transfer of the HulTalo team to this city Is bclue revived. There may bo something In It, but It is doubtful. In tho first place tbo baseball patrons of this city are not sympathizers with tbo Brotherhood and its methods, and tho venture would haidly bo a profltablo one to its back ers. Moreover, tho public became dis gusted at tho ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington critic. — 28 April 1890

.)k-aiSai.ftx.ujri. ., , THE WASTHNGTON CKXTIO, MONDAY EVENING, APHJX 28, 1890. i-t& w-.,,UtSjWr.fi i i WASHINGTON CRITIC CITY Hl'JiaiALB. Trunk, In Urnatost Varloty, Waahinslon mndo, ami n ntandant roputa tlon of thirty-four veart, by Uio clltoot llio city, for superiority In , Strength. lrlnoFlnlh ntnl Durability, fit tho wurorooim of James B. Toi-ham, 1831 Pennsylvania avenue Factory, 12W E street. IV, II. Houghton .V t'o.'ii Kuril Har gnlim unit Inducement. ThN prominent and well-known firm, at 1218 and 1820 F street northwost, will open to day tliolr seoond special salo for only ono week. Thclrobjeot will bo toglvoyou tho host posslblo baraalns In Una furnltura. This great bargain salo Is strictly for cash. Tlioy nro displaying an lmmono stock In all tho newest styles and gradu In milting, rang ing In prlco from S0tn45o. Tliolr Heed and Untton furnlturo must bo scon and examlnod to bo duly appreciated. A largo asiortniont (fbaby carrfngos, soli on tho Installment plan, smal...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington critic. — 29 April 1890

The Washington 0 BITIC. a 22D YEAR NO. 6,785. WASHINGTON, D. C TUESDAY EVENING, Al'PvIL 20, JS90. PRTCE TWO CENTS. TTENTION. n BIGYCLISTO fE .have just had made a lot of bicycle trousers, with REINFORCED seat, straps at waist ior belt and fastened at knee with buttons and buckle. DOUBLE stitched in ALL seams. POSITIVELY will not RIP. Made of best quality ALL WOOL. Fast COLOR Middlesex flannel. All size waists from 28 to 40 We also have a full line of lawn tennis goods in white and striped flannel and cheviots, in suits or each garment separately, as you may prefer. All sizes of blazers in all the college colors. Our assortment of dress and business suits was never in better shape. We can fit any SIZE or SHAPED man with NEW and STYL ISH goods at PRICES that cannot be'touchedj by those dealers who mark their goods up in order to be able to have a slaughter sale at the end of the season. Robinson. Parker &C01 i The American Clothiers, 319 7TH ST. N. W. IN TUIS NICK OF TIME. Kcminle...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington critic. — 29 April 1890

LUIE WASHINGTON OHITIO, TUESDAY EVENING, APKlL 29, 1890. WAsmM,'T) ClUTK' EJSRV BUBN1NO n TUB WASHINGTON ClliriO CUMl'ANV. IIALLET KILIIOVEN, Pm-husst. 13 O STREET NORTHWEST, WASHINGTON, D. C. TERMS OF sunsciurTioN. By mall (post ago prepaid), 1 year SSOO " "' " 1 month ,.K M Carriers lu the city. 1 month . 88 Address Tin: cuiTir, 913 D Street, ' JkVaOiInRton, D. C. WASHINGTON. APRIL 20, 1800. THE HEALTH OFriCMlfS IIWOUT, Dr. Townshenil, tho highly efficient Health OlHcer of tho District, hns just published his tcport for thcyenr ending .7uuc DO, 1SF!. The operations of his ofllco cover a htoad field, comprising the pcncr.il sanitary Inspection service; tho inspection of food, of plumbing and drainage; tho cleaning of streets and alleys, the care of the poor sick, and the prevention of tho spread of infec tious or contagious diseases. Tho report shows that Wushlnglon I'onipaies favorably tu point of health fulness with any city In the world ami ranks far aboo thu majority of the cit...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington critic. — 29 April 1890

'JRPJS WASHINGTON OBITIO, TUESDAY EVENING, APRIL 20, ItiUO. I B GOSSIP OF THE SPORTS. NEWS OF THE BALL FIELD, RAOE TRACK AND PRIZE RING. OprnlnB or the Trotting Season nt lion nine To-Uny'WnBliliicton'ii Kny Victory llnder's Itciimrknblo I'lcldlnc Ocimrnl Notes, Tlio now Ilcnnlngs track seems lo lia n verltnulo innscot for nil who nro con. mctcil with It. Tlio "Washington Jockey Club, not only had excellent wcnlhcr noil good crowds, but It grtvo a week of rnttllug good sport. Tlio new trotting association, wblcU began Its meeting to day, opened under ns auspicious circumstances as marked tbntoftlic Jockey Club. It could not lmve selected n hotter day, nnd tho "Washington Dilvine Club Is to bo con gratulatcd that In tbo restoration of trotting meetings to this section of tho country, It should bo especially favored both In nttendanco nnd wcathoi'. Tho entries show a rcmarknbly large num ber of horses, considering tho early date, as It takes somo tlmo to get tho horses ready and trnin...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington critic. — 29 April 1890

THE WASHINGTON OMTIC, TUESDAY EVENING, APHITj 29, 1800. r; V) v . WASHINGTON CRITIC vixr svjsaiAZB, W, 11. Ilongliton I'o.'n 12trn II ir gnlns ntul Inducement, Till prominent and well known llrm, nt 1318 and 1820 F street norlhwost, will opon to-day tholr second special salo for only ono week. Tholrobjcct will bo toglvo you tho host possible bargains In flno furnlttirj. This exeat bargln sale l strictly for caih. Thoy nro (llKplaylnc an Immenso stock In nil tlia newest styles and grade In nuttings, rang ln In prlco from 20 to too. Their llocil and llattan furniture must bo seen and oxamluod to ho duly appreciated. A largo asiortmcnt cf baby carriagos, soli on tho Installment plan, small rash payment, balanco wookly free tlielr $10 earrlagos thoy aro porfoot beauties. Tlio National Hafo Dopna.lt Company, Cor. 15th St. nml N, Y Avoniio. Storago for Sllvcrwaro, Jowolry. Laoos, JMuo Goods and valuables of all kinds. Charges modoratc. Safoi for rout from $l to 8100 per annum. AnlieuMir-l...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington critic. — 30 April 1890

-K if w The Washington C -J I 22D YEAR NO. 0,78(5. WASHINGTON, I). C WEDNESDAY EVENING, APKJL 30, 1890. PIUOE TWO CENTS. BITIC. SUMMER FUGS, NEGLIGE shirts are to be more POPU LAR than ever this season. OUR assort ment is the PRETTI EST we have ever shown. Checks.plaids and stripes of EVERY conceivable COLOR and COMBINATION, in silk, flannel, chev iot and pongee. A full line of Windsor ties to wear with .them. All the shades. In Lawn Tennis goods we have a com plete stock of white and striped flannel in suits or each garment separately. Blazers in all the college col ors, and Belts to match. For Bicycle-riders we have a lot of pants made specially for them of best quality ALL WOOL fast COLOR Middlesex flannel, with rein forced seat, straps at waist for belt and fas tened at knee with buttons and buckle. All size waists from 28 to 40. B. ROBINSON k CO,, Popular Outfitters, 909 PA. AVE. N. W. MISSION AVOUKEKS. Annual nicotine or tho Presbyterian Missionary Society To-day. The twentiet...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington critic. — 30 April 1890

3&LX UHJatJmitt. JVJtK 3MW THE WASHINGTON CRITIC, WEDNESDAY EVENING, AFIIi SO, 1890. ! ! ' I '"S".-- ? ' K . 1 WASITIM.'TON CRITIC EUBRV BUBNINO nv the WASHINGTON UUIT1U CDHI'ANV, HALLKr KluiortlK, Pm -pent. 9-t3 D STREET NORTHWEST, WASHINGTON, 1). C. TERMS OP SUBSCRIPTION. By rcall (postage prepaid), 1 year S'Od " " " lmontli. ... SO Can lrr In tho elty. 1 mouth 35 Add rest T1IECKITIC, OH D Street, M'nihlnston, I). C. WASHINGTON, APRIL TO, 1S90. 1.A HWIl'S l'KOTKST. To-morrow In almost nil tho Rrcnt cities of Ihtropo nml America It Is ex pected that workingmen will mako public dunionstratlons against tlic con ditions umlcr which thoy aio now rc fjulrctl to labor. Reyontl expressing gun ernhiurust there seems to bo no dellnlte itlcn as to what the demonstrations will signify. I'xcept tho agitation for the eight-hour per tiny arrangement, there is no formulated grievance on the part of labor of which the geneial public lins cogni.anco. Yet It Is anticipated that the display of th...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington critic. — 30 April 1890

TOT WASHINGTON GBITia'wiJDNBISDAY EVENING, APBIX. 30, 1800. GOSSIP OF THE SPORTS, NEWS OF THE BALL FIELD, RACE TRACK AND PRIZE RING.! Continuing tho Trotting Mooting nt llcnnlngsA ltlc Crowd ami flood Jtnclnc Wnslilnpjton's V.nny Vic tory The Mycrs-Hopper Mill. Tho mooting of tho "Wnshlugton Driv ing Club nt Ilcunlugs was continued this afternoon under ns auspicious cir cumstances ns tbo Initial mcotlnir. yes tctdny. Tho wcatherwas all thatcould Ijc desired and tho track was In excel lent condition. Tho crowd was large and enthusiastic and tho racing all that could be desired, and showed a satisfac tory Increase over that of yesterday. There- were only two races on the card to-day, both tiottlug, for horsos of tho 2:2t3 class. The entiles were first class nnd the suoit all that could ho desired. The following are the entries: First race, 12:33 claps (purso $300) Lew Vllmnn, Wllllamsport, l'n., oh. a, Chester A.; 12. I!. Buckley, Philadelphia, Pa b. r. ChancollorM.iO. F. Poddlcord, W...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington critic. — 30 April 1890

K. 'SWttSHBKSJlWmaail&Twmw-WMKUKtK w-vrA a rf k unoub u . M-SaaM 4MN' rnp B-fw ATTIf a. Jtaa-JtM tjw, mM-nltMmtwmM4umlflJlipWMy'W'lrX:$X:m THE WASHINGTON OTITIC, WEDNESDAY EVENING, APBIL 30, 1890. u v WASHINGTON CRITIC OXXX XVJS01AI.il. Trunks, In tlrontmt Variety, Washington mado, and a standard roputa tlon of thirty tour ytar$, by tho clltoot tlio city, for superiority In btrongtb, Flno I'hiMi and Durability! at tlio warmMomi of James S. ToriiAM, 1811 Pennsylvania avenuo, Factory, 18A) U street, XV, II. Ilniighton M t'o.'n Kxtrn IUr gains ami Inducement. This prominent and well-known firm, at 1318 and 1830 V street northwest, will opon to day their second special salo for only ono week. Thclrobject will bo toulvo you tlio beet possible bargains In flna furniture. Thl great bargain salo Is strictly for cash Thoy nro displaying an Immonso stock In all tlio newest styles and grade In nutting, rang ing In prlco from S0tn45o. Their Heed ami Itnttan furnlturo must bo soon and oxamln...

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